Not really but it gets DAMNED good, DAMNED quickly!>>77641650
Ah, okay; I've seen THAT image around the 'net. I take it you recommend it? I liked a lot of the Sandman arcs....The Corinthian still gives me the shitters.....urgh. I actually BOUGHT the first ish of Sandman from my Grandparent's local newsagent, just because I'd seen the ads and new Gaiman's stuff and dug Sam Keith...unfortunately, though, it got read and re-read, the cover fell off and it eventually got thrown away by my Mum. Very soon after I got into these things called "bags" and "boards".
Re:Sacco, have you checked out Notes From A Defeatist or But I like IT? The latter is his book about music, mostly autobio of him gigging across Europe with a psych/grunge band, also him covering the Fat Possum tour (ya know who put out RL Burnside and those kind of "drone blues" guys?), that's a REALLY good, fun book (picked up my H/C for 2 QUID from my nearest proper comics shop, Notes From A Defeatist was ONE pound from my town's "toy shop that sells Big Two GN's and back issues (oh, and 2000ad and "genre independent" stuff)".
If you can get the former cheaply give it a go, in fact give 'em BOTH a go, "Notes..." has some shonky as hell drawing but more stuff in the vein of "Bumf!!!"
Thanks for the info, too, Anon!>>77641730
Oh, okay. I have quite a good few X-Statix issues and found some more at my local "comics" shop but didn't have enough cash on me for'em and the other stuff I wanted. But, yeah, great comic. >>77641711
You're talking pure sense tonight, man.>>77641985
Yeah, the later volumes get a bit wappy....I genuinely think Cerebus is the Ulysses (I mean, the Joyce novel) of comics, I really do....